The Global Goals are a set of seventeen goals designed to eliminate poverty and fix climate change by 2020.
Guests included jewellery designer Stephen Webster and fashion advisor and TV presenter Trinny Woodall.
Discussion centred around how businesses can provide education and access to livelihoods within local communities, the growing consumer demand for animal friendly products, and the ever-present issue of modern day slavery.
On the panel were:
Anne-Marie Grey, Executive Director and CEO, USA for UNHCR
Pippa Rodger, International Director of Communications, World Animal Protection
Adam Parr, Former Chairman of Williams Formula 1 and advisor on modern slavery
Steve Kenzie, Executive Director, UN Global Compact Network, UK
Harry Morrison, Director Sustainability Services, Accenture
Aditi Thorat, Development Director, Thompson Reuters Foundation
An inspirational morning with @positiveluxury at beautiful @hoStbarnabas meeting all lovely people working towards #sustainablefashion #animalwelfare #ecofashion #positiveluxury #antislavery #freedom #sustainablefuture Lovely to meet Simon @ecoage Diana & all team @positiveluxury #sanyuktashrestha #lovesanyukta
— PositiveLuxury (@PositiveLuxury) September 23, 2015
— Provenance (@ProvenanceHQ) September 23, 2015
To find out more about the 2015 Global Goals, click here.
To find out why The House of St Barnabas has been awarded the Butterfly Mark, click here.
All photos © Josie Tutty.